Suzanne Adlof

Adlof receives award for early career contributions

Communication Sciences and Disorders' Suzanne Adlof earns recognition from ASHA for significant scientific accomplishments in research, funding and mentorship.

Tennis

Does BMI matter anymore?

Researchers determine that BMI may be less useful than previously thought. Cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition serve as more reliable indicators for predicting cardiovascular disease.

Public Health Research Center

Outlook bright for Arnold School graduates

USC Career Center survey of May 2014 graduates from the Arnold Schoolís EXSC and PUBH undergraduate majors reports increased salary and employment rates.

Washington DC

Steve Blair launches new network

Steve Blair partners with James Hill of the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center at the University of Colorado Denver to launch Global Energy Balance Network (GEBN).

Hookah

Ramzi Salloum combats hookah misconceptions

Department of Health Services Policy and Management's Ramzi Salloum finds that hookah smoking is increasing at alarming rates, especially among youth.

Jessica Leet

UofSC highlights postdoctoral fellow Jessica Leet

Jessica Leet exemplifies how to build a scientific career in this UofSC Today feature. Trace the steps she took that led her to conduct toxicology research with zebrafish in Dave Volzís lab.


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